O'Connor Estate Agents offer a variety of tailored property management services to maximise cash flow whilst also offering tenant satisfaction.

Our Property Management Services

We are eager to provide an expert and professional property management service and below we have provided a breakdown of our services. We strive to provide optimum occupancy in order to maximise cash flow on the asset whilst also offering tenant satisfaction.

PRTB & Rent Management

  • Negotiate renewal & signing of leases to bring rents in line with market rents to maximize asset.
  • One seamless expert property service that will professionally manage your property.
  • Inspections with follow up reports.
  • Renewal of Part 4 Tenancies where applicable.
  • Collect and forward rents on a monthly basis to nominated account via EFT.
  • Reconciliation of Rental Income to include monthly reports outlining any deficits and actions taken to resolve.
  • Warning notices, 14 day notices & 28 day notices to comply with requirements of legislation and industry best practice where applicable.
  • PRTB support services including attending PRTB hearings on behalf of a client if there is ever any issue with tenants. This includes following through from Determination Order stage to Enforcement Proceedings to achieve vacant possession & pursuing tenants for arrears where applicable.
  • Statement of Accounts.
  • Key holding for all properties.
  • Dealing with any anti-social behaviour issues.
  • Dealing with any Management Agent/Tenant related issues.
  • Providing Landlord References to tenants.
  • Expected level of fit out advice.
  • Review of any compliance issues.

We will deal with any repairs or maintenance issues – through a network of skilled trades people – that arise during the tenancy. We will constantly advise on the maintenance of properties to maintain the value of the asset.

At end of tenancy

  • Carry out prior move out inspection to advise tenant of any potential issues which may affect their security deposit whilst giving them the opportunity to address any issue.
  • Retrieve the keys from the tenant upon move out.
  • Note relevant utility meter readings and arrange final accounts.
  • Carry out an inspection of the property (noting any visible changes from the initial condition).
  • Photograph the interior of the property if there is any visible damage.
  • Assess the extent of repairs/maintenance work necessary and advise client accordingly.
  • Calculate the amount, if any, of the “Security Deposit” to be deducted to cover breaches of the tenancy and appraise Client.
  • Organise cleaning between tenancies.
  • Arrange for the property to be re-let.